// turkey doodle //
// Bravest Warriors KIDS! //
A more cartoony take on my original designs for the show.
Edit: Here’s a vine I posted of my doodles.
// Alien Perkalus : Key Alien //
Another little dude I designed for Mexican Touchdown. From a set of doodles we went with this guy, and then Breehn asked me to draw a bunch of funny poses. Crummy scan, but hey—it’s pencil on paper, folks. Pretty sure colors are by Mira Lark.
// Crying Alien Pets //
Here’s a set of sad little dudes I designed for “Mexican Touchdown”, Episode 3 of Bravest Warriors (Season 2). Poor little guys. Watch it here over on Youtube.
thelugia702 asked: Hello! I met you at Drawncon on Saturday, I met you towards the end of the day, and you drew Wankershim for me. I love it, I already have it on my wall!
Awesome! I had a great time hanging with folks at DrawnCon this weekend. Nice to meet you, too! There’s a new Bravest Warriors popping up next Thursday, I think. It’s a fun one! Working on designs for an upcoming episode right now.
// DrawnCon //
I’m a special guest this weekend up at DrawnCon in Nashua, New Hampshire. It’s the first year of the show, which aims to celebrate animation—naming popular shows like Adventure Time, My Little Pony, and Gravity Falls. I’ll be doing a signing, with various Bravest Warriors prints on hand. As well as sitting on several panels—one on local studios where I’ll be talking about FableVision. The festival runs pretty much all day Saturday and Sunday (Nov 2-3), so if you’re in and around New England, stop on by.
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